Along with our partner LTYC (Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center) the Miracle City Enrichment Camp will provide a well rounded summer experience that covers four key components: academics, arts, technology and spiritual development. The programming offering will include: math, reading, media arts, visual arts, dance, theatre, and spiritual instruction. Plus, if your child has interest in tech this year media arts will include basic coding. Please take a look at a brief description of each program area below.

Music 

In LTYC’s Music Program, students study various forms of music while learning fundamental skills that foster development musically. Topics might include music appreciation, rhythm, timing, coordination, pitch and tone. Program could include an instrumental or choir component.

Dance

In LTYC’s Dance Program, students study basic dance techniques, including modern, jazz, ballet, and hip hop. Students will also learn choreography given to them by the instructor and at other times will explore creating their own movement by using elements covered in class. Studying dance helps students to be aware of their bodies and the space around them.

Theatre

In LTYC’s Theatre Program, students study beginning acting techniques like mime, pantomime, and improvisation, learn processes of creating and critiquing theatre, work with serious and comedic texts, and express ideas in the creation of short scenes, monologues and plays. Topics might include characterization, theatre history, movement, voice, andproduction.

Visual Arts

In LTYC’s Visual Arts Program, students study the art and cultures of different times and places, learn processes of visual problem solving and critiquing artwork, work with traditional and non-­‐traditional art media, and express ideas in the production of their own art. Topics could include painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, design, and production.

Media Arts/Technology

Students receive fundamental training in navigating technology and how to apply it in real world experiences. Topics include keyboarding, learning various software platforms, and introduction to coding. Students work collaboratively on projects that connect ideas in technology and make curricular connections to content being taught in other classes.